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scatology

sca·tol·o·gy / skəˈtäləjē;/ • n. an interest in or preoccupation with excrement and excretion. ∎  obscene literature that is concerned with excrement and excretion. DERIVATIVES: scat·o·log·i·cal / ˈskatlˈäjikəl/ adj.

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scatology

scatology XIX. f. Gr. skôr, skato- dung + -(O)LOGY.

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scatology

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